VectorZero wrote:I wonder what impact the war and the subsequent American prosperity had on the need and ability to celebrate family and religion.
Fair point. My (eastern European) family's memories of the post war years were a little different in focus.poxic wrote:VectorZero wrote:I wonder what impact the war and the subsequent American prosperity had on the need and ability to celebrate family and religion.
Van wrote:Fireballs don't lie.
SpringLoaded12 wrote:You're like a modern-day Holden Caulfield, except that no one would read a book about you.
What exactly constitutes a Christmas song? I know plenty of hilarious Christmas songs that have received airtime on our radios back in the 90's.
yangosplat wrote:So many amazing quotes, so little room in 300 characters!
NotAllThere wrote:In Europe, we mainly hear songs from the 70s and 80s.
There's probably some deep cultural significance to this, but it's too early in the morning to work it out.
Al-pocalypse wrote:As with a few others who have posted here, I would love to see the UK version of this list; though I am sure it would look something like:
Pogues - Fairytale of New York
Jona Lewis - Stop the Cavalry
Slade - Merry Christmas Everybody
And so on.
TravDogg wrote:Found Randall's source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christmas_songs#Most-performed_Christmas_songs_.28USA.29
If Randall had done the top 25 songs, the next 5 became popular in the 40's, 30's (I think), 80's, 50's, and 50's, respectively.
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